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Saturn in Third House in Astrology
Posted By: pachangam
Date: Sat, 1 Oct 2022
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In Vedic Astrology, the third house is linked with communication, brothers, journey, sisters, mental intelligence, habits, and inclinations. In simple words, the third house is linked with creativity. Let’s see what happens when the lord of karma goes into the third house. To be more specific, Saturn in third house gives a serious personality. They may face problems due to improper or less communication. You can also say that they are the people who are quite isolated in their life. Even sometimes, they may face pessimism and depression in their life. I think I’ve tried covering most aspects of this planetary placement. Still, there are some areas that you should learn about it, and you can get that from the website of Dr. Vinay Bajrangi, a Vedic Astrologer. For more info visit https://www.vinaybajrangi.com/planets/saturn/saturn-in-third-house.php
Read also: https://www.vinaybajrangi.com/blog/how-to-reduce-the-effect-of-rahu/
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